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The Bristol County Ground

Nevil Road, Bristol, BS7 9EJ

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Mon - Fri 9.00 - 17.00

Sat & Sun CLOSED

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(0117) 910 8009

Every Mind Matters

Last week the ECB announced its support for Every Mind Matters – Public Health England’s (PHE) new mental health campaign launched in partnership with the NHS.  The Gloucestershire Cricket Board is also supporting the government-backed campaign...

Gloucestershire Youth Cricket League successes for Hatherley & Reddings, Dumbleton and Cheltenham

Cheltenham Under 15s, Dumbleton Under 13s and Hatherley & Reddings Under 11s have been crowned as County Champions after winning their respective Gray-Nicolls Gloucestershire Youth Cricket Leagues (GYCL).Hatherley & Reddings crowned Under 11s...

Women’s Indoor Soft Ball Leagues are back in 2020… Register now

Clubs urged to sign up quickly as demand for Indoor Soft Ball League Cricket grows across Gloucestershire. To support the growing demand for cricket through the winter, each League will run from January to March and the capacity for teams to play will increase as a...

Annual CM Downton Day recognises continued support of disabled cricket

A defiant half century by young Jack Green was not enough to prevent CM Downton’s cricket team crashing to yet another defeat against their old rivals Gloucestershire County Disabled Cricket Club. Jack, son of warehouse project leader Chris Green, hit an unbeaten 51...

Women’s Soft Ball taking off at Twyford House

TWYFORD House’s decision to launch the first women’s soft ball team in their history is already paying rich dividends. After only six weeks, the thriving club have welcomed along 25 different players to Friday night sessions at their Penpole Lane base at Shirehampton....

Community

As well as growing cricket through clubs and schools, the GCB is committed to developing the game through less traditional routes through our community programme.

These include Chance to Shine Street cricket sessions, the Bristol Big Bash T20 League and regular taster and pop-up events.

In partnership with the Lord’s Taverners we have a dedicated Wicketz Development officer – Crispin Shingler – whose job it is to grow cricket in underprivileged communities in Bristol. His aim is to use cricket to bring people together and as a tool to bring about social change.

Chance to Shine Street

Chance to Shine Street is a free cricket initiative that brings together young people from diverse communities in Bristol and gives them the opportunity to learn and play cricket.

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Wicketz Bristol

Wicketz Bristol is a free cricket programme for 8–16-year-olds from inner-city communities.

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ECB City Cup

Bristol’s city-wide T20 talent search for the next professional is back again with a new menu of exciting cricket to offer.

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Every Mind Matters

Last week the ECB announced its support for Every Mind Matters – Public Health England’s (PHE) new mental health campaign launched in partnership with the NHS.  The Gloucestershire Cricket Board is also supporting the government-backed...

Read More

Women’s Soft Ball taking off at Twyford House

TWYFORD House’s decision to launch the first women’s soft ball team in their history is already paying rich dividends. After only six weeks, the thriving club have welcomed along 25 different players to Friday night sessions at their Penpole Lane base at...

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